Course Category: Humanities

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Visual Layout and Design

The Visual Layout and Design course will explore historical events, visual concepts and principles of visual design, including design elements, composition, form, color theory, and basic image making, message development and elements of visual story telling. Students will also dive into the practice of design by creating visual design projects.…
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Civics for All

Students will study the foundations of American democracy and the origins of American government. Emphasis is placed on the Constitution and the rights and responsibilities of citizens in a democratic society. In addition, the roles of political parties, campaigns & elections, public opinion, and the media will also be considered.
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us history presidents
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AP Comparative Government and Politics

AP Comparative Government and Politics is equivalent to an introductory college course. Our study will focus on important themes and concepts in comparative government through the lens of six core countries and one supranational body: United Kingdom, Mexico, Nigeria, Iran, Russia, China and the European Union. Students will engage in…
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AP Psychology

AP Psychology is an introductory course in the study of human behavior and mental processes. In this course students will learn to think like a psychologist as they become critical evaluators of psychological research. Topics of study cover the history and evolution of the field of psychology through eight psychological…
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black leaders
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Influential Black Leaders Through History

In this course, students will look at important and influential Black Leaders in the United States of America, as well as, globally (primarily the United Kingdom, the Caribbean & Various African countries). Along with exploring each Black Leaders significance starting with the likes of King Tut, & Mansa Musa of…
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Urban Studies

This course is designed to be the equivalent of a two-semester college course on Urban Studies. The content focuses on theories and practices of the process of global urbanism and how flows of people, outcomes, and ideas cut across social, political and spatial divisions. Prepares students to be solution-thinking global…
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map
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AP World History

World History focuses on developing students’ abilities to think conceptually about world history from approximately 8000 BCE to the present and apply historical thinking skills as they learn about the past. Five themes of equal importance — focusing on the environment, cultures, state-building, economic systems, and social structures — provide…
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ELL

Students learn speaking, listening and reading skills. This course helps students develop listening and oral communication skills and build the confidence of when speaking, reading and communicating in the English language.
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precalculus
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Social Studies

Additional help in social studies for all grade levels.
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